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because we are definitely looking out for you. ♪ ♪ breaking tonight, president-elect donald trump closes some team decisions about the team that will lead america to its historic comeback. hello and welcome to justice. i'm judge jeanine. live from our nation's capitol, washington d.c. you can see the capital behind me. it's where the president-elect toured two days ago. tonight the transition is under way and we're told mr. trump is close to making some major appointments, including who will serve right here in washington as his chief of staff. the decision is said to be
imminent. trump's transition communications director jason miller is standing by live to talk about it, but first my opening statement. at 10:32 a.m. today i received a phone call from president-elect donald trump who has known me since my time as a county judge and elected district attorney. he stated that he looks forward to beginning the process of making america great again and he thanks justice and all her viewers for their support. i am honored to have had the privilege to speak with both the president-elect and his beautiful wife future first lady melania as america embarks on this very special journey. and indeed it's been one amazing wild unpredictable ride and you've been with me the whole
time. thank you for that. now, i told you from the beginning to strap in, that it would be a revolution. indeed it was. yes, there's an insurrection coming. from the beginning we knew this would be a political revolution. be careful, boys. be very very careful. you don't want to make this a different kind of revolution. i told you this election was a revolution, but even i didn't know how big it would be. it's worldwide. what happened in england is going to happen again. next up, the united states. next president, donald j. trump. and within the first moment of president-elect donald trump's victory speech, he showed how elegant he was by congratulating hillary clinton. >> she congratulated us. it's about us, on our victory
and i congratulated her and her family on a very, very hard-fought campaign. i mean, she -- she fought very hard. hillary has worked very long and very hard over a long period of time and we owe her a major debt of gratitude for her service to our country. i mean that very sincerely. >> not surprisingly he reached out to mitt romney and spoke with jeb bush and john kasich republicans who worked hard against him. as for the campaign itself they told you you didn't matter, that if you supported him you were probably uneducated, small minded and irrelevant. you were beneath them.
that if you wanted closed boarders, a nation state you weren't christian enough, not american enough, not big hearted enough, that if you didn't see racism in every cop who walked the beat, you probably were a racist yourself. that if you used the term muslim jihadist instead of terrorist you were an anti-religious bigot. truth and honesty had no place in their politically correct society. if you opposed sanctuary cities where the protection of illegal criminal immigrants was the law, you were a hateful bigoted foeb. they knew better than you. they tried to convince you that obamacare was great when all the time your deductible and premiums were sky rocketing that the economy wasn't that bad, yet you had to work two and three jobs to just get along.
jobs that shipped overseas didn't matter to them because they were part of the global economy. she even called you deplorable, irredeemable and not america. if you didn't support her, you probably hated women and were backward. they tried to convince you that a lie wasn't a lie if it came from her mouth. and the media, so corrupt, that they shared debate questions with her to give her the edge, tried to beat you down by repeatedly telling you it was useless to even show up at the polls. and even though the president of the united states did his very best on the eve of the election to trash him and mock him as a joke and unfit, bringing out jz and springsteen, beyonce and gaga, it didn't matter.
in spite of it all, even though we felt forgotten, alone and beaten down, we all came home because this wasn't an election. it was a revolution. we came home to where our forefathers in their genius had always planned, back to america, back to who we are, back to the constitution. and yes, mr. soon to be ex-president obama, we can now proudly claim to guns our religion and now our new president-elect donald j. trump. and that's my open. tell me what you think on my facebook page or twitter.
#judge jeanine. joining me now here in washington, d.c. is jason miller exhibit t , communications director and transition member. good evening. >> good evening. what a great time to be a live. >> indeed. we understand the decision is coming soon as to who will be the president-elect's chief of staff and we're hearing that reince priebus and steve bannon the ceo of bright bart are in the running. what can you tell us? >> we know whoever the president-elect is going to pick, it will be somebody very good. he has excellent judgment. he surrounds himself with the best people. he knows what the task is at hand. we need to repeal and replace obamacare and secure our boarder, whoever he puts in in those top leadership positions
it will be top notch people ready to lead this country forward. >> if it's reince or steve bannon, do you can that both of them will end up being in the administration? >> both played critical roles on the campaign with chairman priebus running the rnc. i would mention that kelleyann conway, very historic and she did a fantastic job. we had a great team all the way top to bottom. powerful people who spoke their mind who knew how to get things done. i think it was a big part of the reason we were able to built the support instruct around the president-elect. >> do you think that both reince and steve would be in the white house with the president? >> i know the president-elect respects both of their counsels and i think he'll continue to respect those counsels. >> let's talk about kelleyann
conway. she had a middas touch. she was able to go in there and she had a tough job. she to communicate. she had to make sure that the president-elect stayed on message and she did a terrific job. where is she going to be in this administration and will she be with the president-elect? >> i think she'll be probably wherever she wants to be. i think the president-elect very much respects her counsel and her opinion. not just as a campaign spokesperson, but i think as a sounding board and someone who has a lot of ideas. as people start to talk about the untold stories of the campaign, it's how well everybody got along and how everyone focussed on mr. trump's vision and what we had to do and even in the toughest days we had on the campaign, never once wavered or blinked. always believed we were going to get the win and i can tell even behind the scenes never once fal
tered. so an impressive job. >> it was a tough campaign. between the media and everything coming at you, even the pope came after you guys. it was just unbelievable. yet there was always this conviction that it was going to happen and you had a candidate who worked 24/7. i know the man. the man just doesn't tire. there was never a moment when people said my god, this isn't going to happen? >> no. i mean there was really this firm belief among everyone on the campaign team, it didn't matter if it was steve bannon at the top or folks walking precincts, this was a candidate who was going to win this race. as you saw mr. trump on the campaign trail, the tens of thousands we had in tampa that would show up for these campaign rallies and speeches he would give, that was something he didn't get enough credit for on the campaign trail was how powerful of a speaker he was and
there was something going on. i will tell you that even all the data that we were looking at, we knew in pennsylvania we had a shot and we knew it would be tough. the person who most believed we would win pennsylvania was donald trump. he said guys you're missing it. there's something big going on here. the way people would show up to these rallies with enthusiasm, pick the greatest speakers of all time, whether it's ronald reagan, donald trump was right there as far as the motivating figure. >> that's contrary to what a lot of these pollsters would tell you. they would say look you as a candidate thinks everybody is loving you, but the polls are telling us someone else, but donald trump has always been a visionary. he was impressioned about anthony weiner. speaking of that, what do you think of hillary coming out today and saying fbi james cuomo is the reason i lost the
election? what do you think of that? >> look, mr. trump won. we know that. there's no reason to pick a fit with hillary, but the one thing i'll say since the election mr. trump has had a very good tone i think coming out of the campaign. i think he's been very focussed on what he needs to do. had a go good meeting on the hi. over the past eight years the countries has grown more divided and not more unified. i think what you're going to see with president trump that he is going to be that unifying figure. >> are you going to be in the white house? >> that will be up to the president. >> all right. thanks for being with us. >> thanks, judge. >> are you tired? >> i'm always tired. >> all right. thank you so much. and my next guest and i had quite a few battles throughout the campaign season over who we believed would be the next president. take a look.
>> i'm never going to vote for donald. >> you're never going to vote for hillary. >> i'm bringing you on the week after the election when donald trump wins, all right. >> all right. all right. bring me a hankie, i'll be crying. >> you'll be crying. >> i'll be crying. >> i'll be laughing. >> liberal sue copeland joins me next. are you drunk? >> i am no the drunk. i am hangover. judge, let me tell you. i know how you feel. i do not want to rain on your parade, i wanted you to celebrate in this feeling because i know it feels good. >> that's very nice of you. you know what, i'm not going to rain on your tears but what i am
going to ask you is that you were totally convinced that the woman, there was no way she was going to lose. why do you think she lost? >> i think she didn't inspire enough people. look, i don't actually think donald trump won this election as much as i think hillary clinton lost it. i do think she is an honorable person and i know that you don't believe it. i do. but i also think that she does not -- she didn't inspire the people that obama inspired. i think her campaign had a very very bad strategy. i think she was very short sided. >> tell me what the strategy was. >> hang on. i got to say this. i think in my party, the democratic party has failed in its mission over the last 25 years to be the party of the common man, to be the party that stands up for the working man. >> my question, what was -- back up. what was her strategy?
she didn't have a strategy. >> that was a terrible strategy because it didn't do enough about her. >> she didn't have any accomplishments. we're going to have a nice chat with you tonight. i don't want to fight with you tonight. >> i don't want to fight. i want to say something. hillary clinton's career in public life is over. we now have a new president and i don't dispute that. he is our president. he will be our president. but i do want to say something and this is important. there are people who are not -- who are not white, straight, christian males, who are truly terrified for their safety right now because there are people who support -- there are people who support donald trump who are going around and terrorizing people and these reports are coming out all the time. >> stop it. >> you as a supporter -- you as a supporter --
>> donald trump owes an obligation to this country to say that we need to be peaceful and to say to your own people that we are all americans and we deserve safety. >> he said that. >> you owe it to this country to say it. >> he said that election night. he said that. he handled it with complete class and elegance. >> president obama has divided this country. >> no. forget it. obama is almost done. barack obama is almost finished with his term. what i am telling you is even if you don't believe people are terrified -- terrified of your supporters. >> my supporters? let me ask you a question -- >> donald trump supporters and yo your supporters and you need to denounce this now. >> you need to stop. i spent 30 years in law enforcement if someone is hurting you go to the police and they go to jail. >> in a perfect world that's the
way you do it. there is a leadership problem now. >> there's a question on the floor. the question is this. barack obama is the one who divided this country and this election was a referendum on his policies, on his divisiveness and what he's done for this country. >> let me answer that. >> that is why we're in this mess. >> let me answer that. >> answer it. >> president obama never stood up theat a rally and said hit t person and get them out of her. he never said we need to build a whole. he never said he want to keep muslims out of the country. >> he said we need to vet them. you know why? because some americans having their necks cut off by j jihadists. get over it. >> there are americans that are terrified. do you understand that, judge? >> here's the bottom line. you got a problem, call the police. all right.
>> there are -- people are being threatened. >> thank you very much. thank you for being here tonight. thank you. next, just goes to hollywood. two of donald trump supporters are standing by to talk about their reaction to election night and what they expect from a trump presidency. later, i scoped out president-elect donald trump's new digs, the white house here in d.c. justice goes on in a moment. i'm my team's #1 fan. yay. sports. i've never been #1 in anything until i put these babies on. now we're on a winning streak and i'm never taking them off. do i know where i'm going? absolutely. we're going to the playoff. allstate guarantees your rates won't go up just because of an accident. starting the day you sign up. so get accident forgiveness from allstate. and be better protected from mayhem, like me.
welcome back to this special post election live from washington, d.c. hillary clinton believed her celebrity support would help boost her to the white house. this while "saturday night live" relentlessly mocked trump and his supporters in the week before the election. take a look at this. >> i have all the heavy hitters supporting me. i have got the cream of the crop. i've got sarah palin and chachi and the best baldwin brother,
steven baldwin. >> well, it seems like president-elect trump had the right guys behind him after all. joining me actor trump supporters steven baldwin and scott baio. thank you for being with me this evening. scott, i can'm going to start w you. now that you've come out of the closet do you think more conservatives in d.c. might be willing to admit they support donald trump? >> you mean in d.c.? >> l.a. >> i don't know if there are that many, but i think right now with all this anger, which is so unbelievable to me, i mean eight years ago i wasn't crying and looking for a dog to hold. i wasn't looking for somebody with a pin on their shoulder
that was a safety person. i sucked it up. we lost, but personally if i don't ever work again and i told you this before, judge, and donald trump is now president-elect donald trump, i'm good. i think, judge -- >> it's worth it. all right. steven, go ahead. >> i think that judge last interview cocoa lead she better watch it or we'll open a new division of homeland security called baio. >> cocoa and i consistently duke it out and the good thing is she's never on set otherwise we'd really duke it out. do you think that there is a price to pay in l.a. or in new york for that matter for supporting donald trump? >> of course. absolutely. scott baio and i were talking earlier today, putting our thoughts together and we've come
up with an idea. the two fresh princes of the white house, it's a new tv show staring scott baio and steve baldwin, we may need to be adopted by president trump at this point that's how bad the situation is. yes and no. a lot of people that are hollywood folks that voted for trump will start coming out of the closet. scott and i agree on one thing, we're two actors and our biggest driver in support for mr. trump has been the economy. now everybody, judge, is talking about what's he going to do? i keep saying repeatedly, it's done. it's over. he's president. let's do the right thing and stand behind him as best we can. all these protesters, hopefully that's going to calm down, but we have to support this president and those people, even those protesters and those that didn't support mr. trump will
see in the future he is going to make great strides in the economy very quickly and it's going to bless everybody. >> you know, scott, you brought up the issue of those -- go ahead, scott. >> i'll add one more thing. just like reagan. everybody was afraid of reagan. it's the same rhetoric. when the economy turns around and the country gets strong again that's when you'll see all these people come out of the woodwork in hollywood for trump. >> look at the stock market already. i want to stay with this for a minute, you mentioned this dog therapy and the safe places on these college campuses and the therapy. i just can't believe it that these wusses on campus they need crayons and delay their exams. do they plan on showing up in the real world? shouldn't president obama be coming out and telling people to chill out?
we know from james o'keeffe and the videos he came out at dnc and hillary clinton's campaign allegedly that was paying these protesters and then it stopped and they're still out here. these people are paid professional antagonists. >> your last guest, poppy. >> cocoa. >> what was her name? >> cocoa. >> cocoa is telling donald trump to come out and stop this. donald trump is not the president. donald trump is president-elect. he's got no power right now. the two people that should be stopping this or obama and hillary clinton. that's it. those are their people. she's got the nerve to say that donald trump's people are bad people and are looking to cause violence? >> yeah. >> she lives in an alternate universe. >> they are were.
but we're going to be nice. steven baldwin, ten seconds, who should be stopping this? >> no question that president obama should step forward and in his position and the individual who specifically his job is to be caring for the well-being of the citizens of the united states, no question the president should step forward and try to create as much calm and peace and order as he can. >> send sheriff clark in. >> our friend sheriff clark. >> all right. thanks for being with us and congratulations. still ahead, i hit the street right outside the white house and next the campaign may be over, but the debate here in washington between the right and the left never ever really stopped. my political panel is standing by to talk about the trump transition as well as hillary transition as well as hillary clinton's new excuse for why she
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>>. live from america's news headquarters, hillary clinton telling top campaign donors she was winning the race at the white house until james comey sent a letter to congress that the agency was residing in it's e-mail account. we have little mention of other factors driving trump's victory. in paris, reopening a concert hall, the show on the eve of the one-year anniversary of a terrorist attack in which 89 people were gunned down. that attack part of a coordinated effort against the city leaving 130 people dead. sting will donate proceeds to survivors' charities. now back to justice with judge
jeanine. welcome back to justice. we are live here in d.c. where you're looking live at the white house. in a few short months president-elect donald trump will be moving in. meanwhile the democratic party in disarray days after their loss. my all star political panel is here to break it down. chairman and democratic for america communications director. good evening. i want to start with hillary clinton's 30-minute conference call where she said that fbi director cuomo's decision to send a letter to congress about the inquiry, that e-mail, fbi investigation, thrust the controversy back into the public and prevented her from ending the campaign as she says on an optimistic note. i'll start with you david.
is she kind of blaming someone else for her loss. >> of course she is. in a couple of weeks democrats the be talking about how she was a bad candidate and the campaign was dysfunctional. that's what happens in campaigns. there's everybody pointing fingers at one another and that's what happens when you're on the losing side. for democrats it's going to be a tough couple of years. >> isn't it sour grapes for her a couple of days after the election to say jim cuomo made me lose this election? >> i think it was a combination of factors. i don't think the cuomo letter helped much, but she was a flawed candidate from the beginning and that's why americans supported an alternative during the primary. >> it was indeed a primary that some allege was rigged given the super delegates and the clinton fix or as your candidate bernie sanders says was a rigged system as well. >> listen, i think the reason why we lost this past week was
because the democratic political establishment picked who the winner was before it even began. that was a flawed nominee and i think the reform people were comfortable with the hate of donald trump than hillary clinton. >> i'm not so sure that i would call it the bigotry and hate of donald trump. most americans don't even think that way. so what do you think of that. >> it didn't even take ten days. i guess we heard it tonight. we're hearing the flawed candidate. donald trump won because he talked about making sure that we broke down every barrier to creating jobs, we put more money in people's pockets through lower taxes or higher wages and we're going to protect american. >> he didn't win the majority of votes. he underperformed mitt romney. >> the constitution has
something called the electoral college. let's not fight about that. >> he didn't win the hearts of the majority of american people. >> that system is what our funding fathers required and that's the end of it. let's move on. >> he's the most vial political figure to ever win the presidency. >> why didn't you win the house or senate if you're so great? >> why didn't we? >> yes. >> not enough people came out to vote because we had a poor candidate. next time we'll do better. >> you deport haveidn't have a that the house and senate liked either. do you want to blame trump for everything. >> yeah. >> even the pope came out against him. >> you should ask yourself why that's the case. >> because he believes that we ought to have open boarders and americans believe in a nation state. >> because the pope is against hate and that's what donald trump ran on. >> the pope is the one who was more concerned about climate
change and says it's deplorable that women don't make as much as men whereas in hillary clinton's foundation women don't make as much as men. he ought to focus on his own flock. >> if you want to run against the pope that's your own prerogative but i'm not going to. >> what do you think that the democrats can do to correct the flaws in their party? >> listen, what the democrats need to do is listen to the grassroots base of the party. we're going to set the tone going forward and i think -- i'm frankly happy that we're going to have an open battle for who is going to lead the democratic party going forward because at the end of the day the reason why we lost was because 5 million people didn't show up polls for hillary clinton that showed up for barack obama. if we fix that problem and support the grassroots base of the party i think we'll be in hand for a lot of wins in the years to come. >> that doesn't account for the voters who voted twice for
president obama who cast their vote for donald trump this election and the best thing for the democrats is the fact that president obama can't endorse anyone any longer. his track record is abyssle and republicans have gained every year every time he's endorsed someone or we've been running against his failed policies. that's the election. now it's time for republicans to start delivering. we have the white house. both majorities in congress. we have 34 of 50 governors and we have 59 majorities. republicans have been working for this for years and now it's time to deliver. >> what david says is correct, in 2010, 2014 and 2016 where obama really campaigned for his legacy, i mean he lost overwhelmingly. >> that is one of the stains on obama's legacy unfortunately is the losses that democrats have suffered because of him and it's something we have to figure out
going forward and you do that by listening to the grassroots base of the party not insiders that distorted this primary competition and frankly rejected the views of the base of the party. that's not the way to go. >> all right. thanks for being with us. and i ask washington, d.c. residents what they think about having a trumps as their new neighbors coming up. next, the people have spoken so what's with all the protests. we're going to talk about what's going on on college campus and the streets of america and why i think it's a slap in the face of democracy. checking your credit score?" "you don't want to drive old blue forever, do you?" "credit karma huh?" "yeah, it's free.' "credit karma. give yourself some credit."
crying on college campuses and students being offered the option to skip exams all because a new president was elected fair and square through the democratic process. really? founder of turning point and author of "time for turning point" joins me now. good evening, charlie. you're a young guy. what is going on on college campuses. >> absolute insanity. i have two words, grow up. this has been happening over the last couple of years. professors have been creating a climate on campus that is a weakening of america. they have therapy dogs for students that are so shocked by the election results, a cry-in. professors are encouraging students, they're giving them credit to go out and protest the election of donald trump. when will the left realize this is in large part why trump won. it's a reaction to this
politically correct weakening of america and they're reinforcing this. not all young people feel this way. is not a majority. it's a vocal minority. >> when you say the politically correct weakening of america, college campuses have always been a place for liberal leaning somewhat leftist teaching, but i mean -- i went to school, but this is over the top. i think the democratic party has learned from this election, if nothing else, that the movement towards socialism does not bode well for them. i would think at the same time as the economy gets better, that young people and millennials included watching the dow jobs are going to be better and there will be more of them with donald trump in the white house. >> that's right. one of the stories in this
election that needs to be told more believe it or not donald trump won college age voters in the state of wisconsin. in the state of wisconsin, with university of wisconsin, madi n madison, one of the most liberal schools in america, donald trump won college age voters exit polls show. young people can be won over easier than the media likes to think. they want jobs and opportunity. they don't trust the government and donald trump's movement was essentially saying to the political elite things are not going to stay the same. if hillary clinton wants to know why she lost in these key battleground states it's because she was not able to represent kate the numbers in the college voting areas that barack obama was able to do and this whole safe space microaggression movement is in large part in fact why donald trump did so well. this whole thing that's happening here is the reason why donald trump won. i think it's actually a good thing that young people a lot more than was expected stood up
against it. >> how are these kids going to segue into real jobs and into the rough and tumble world of real estate or corporate america? if they need a safe space or they need to cry if there's a problem. >> it's almost as if the professors are trying to create more professors. they don't want to train the young people to go out into the real world. it's like they want to keep them in the same place. you're right. there is no safe place in corporate america. when i first started this organization four years ago i didn't know what these words meant, free speech zones, safe space. this is a wave going across america and people believe liberals heads were going to explode. i didn't know it was going to be this bad. i'm finding humor in it because you're seeing the left -- they're combustible and it's not all students on campus. they're having these protests.
it's not all the students. it's a vocal social justice warrior minority that they want to make themselves feel good to fight back against the inequities however young people will continue to surprise america moving forward. >> thanks for being with us. the white house is about to be home to a new family. ♪
. president-elect donald trump is headed to the white house in january. i wanted to know what people here in washington, d.c. thought about it so i headed where else? so here i am in lafayette park in front of white house where a new family is going to be moving in, in january. what do you think about the new inhabitant that's going to live in the white house? >> i think it's a great thing. >> what do you think about the new inhabittants in the white house? >> i'm open minded. >> what do you think? >> personally i think the wrong person got arrested. >> then why did the rest of america vote him in? >> the rest of america wanted a person that wasn't in politics. >> it could go both ways. i do hope for the best but i'm still apprehensive. >> what are you apprehensive
about? >> specifically women's rights. >> i'm really excited. id think it's going to be a nice change. i think trump's going to bring us together one way or another, you know, whether it's people uniting despite of him or because of him. >> in order to bring it back, you know, you -- it's not going to be easy. it's not going to be easy. >> but we wish him well, is that the bottom line? >> we wish him thewell. we have to stand up as americans and do what's right. >> thank you. see. free speech. it's all good. >> i'm trying to say it in a more spiritually hopeful place about the days to come. >> so do i take it from that, that you are hoping for someone else to in habit the white house? >> i would say i was hoping for a candidate that would bring people together and maybe this will be the candidate that will do it in a way that we didn't see.
>> during construction? >> yeah. >> i wish i could work with him. >> you never know. you may work with him. >> i think he's a great negotiator. i think he could negotiate with both sides. he's been doing it his whole life, business world. hopefully it transfers over to politics. >> i'm a clinton person, sorry to say, but sorry, hillary, i was 100% behind you. >> didn't work. >> any way i went to a trump rally and they were playing a role in donald and i'm a beatles fan. >> are you a trump fan? >> i like his music. >> you might like what he does when he's in the oval office. >> he may have the stones playing at the inauguration ball. >> how do you feel? >> i think they're a good change even though a lot of people don't think so, america needs some more jobs. >> it's because of his youth initiative. >> we need trump to give us more jobs. >> say something nice. >> let's make america great
and i want to thank you for being on this incredible journey for me as we elected america's 45th president. the greg gutfield show is next. see you tomorrow night. rrow nig. we've heard these rumors that you might run we've heard these rumors that you might run for president and i was wondering if you do what would be my role? >> i think you'd be a fantastic press secretary, we'd finally have a little bit of personality in that position. >> yeah, exactly. ♪ wow, america, we really did it this time. and you know it's good when the media is losing their [ bleep ],